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 on: July 16, 2016, 02:05:27 PM 
Started by yogenbhatt1 - Last post by anaesami
I use it for lower limb surgeries. very useful if you restrict it to lower limb surgeries. a little unpredictable for segments higher than L1

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 on: July 12, 2016, 10:23:31 PM 
Started by Robert Hackett - Last post by Robert Hackett
There are numerous case reports of APL valve trapping with old Draeger APL valves leading to an inability to ventilate which is often undiagnosed until later (by then it may be too late). Draegers newer design of APL valve has a bevel which minimises the risk of this happening. We want Draeger to recall and replace their old APL valves for patient safety. For more details see here: http://wp.me/p6ZAcV-3h
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 23 
 on: July 12, 2016, 10:19:40 PM 
Started by Robert Hackett - Last post by Robert Hackett
Indistinct chlorhexidine has been mistaken for other solutions such a s saline (injected into epidural space) and IV contrast (cerebral angiograms etc) with devastating consequences.
We are trying to ban indistinct pourable chlorhexidine. Very interested in your thoughts and help.
Please see this link for more details: http://wp.me/p6ZAcV-2Q
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 24 
 on: July 02, 2016, 11:08:56 PM 
Started by GRS - Last post by GRS
I would like your advice and opinions relating to the administration of a drug at the end of a lengthy failed resuscitation attempt. We can approach this hypothetically.
A paediatric patient had been assessed to have suffered a cardiac arrest, and a resuscitation attempt had been carried out for more than half an hour. The patient was assessed to have been flatlined and non-shockable throughout the resuscitation attempt. A decision to cease the resuscitation attempt was then made. 4.2mls of intravenous Fentanyl (an intubation dose) was administered after ceasing resuscitation.

What would the possible rationale behind administering the drug to this patient be?

 25 
 on: August 29, 2015, 09:47:14 AM 
Started by anesthesiaresident999 - Last post by anesthesiaresident999
Anyone interested in studying anesthesia with a study partner...we ll make schedule and reach those targets. Together we can make studying a pleasant experience :)
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 26 
 on: July 11, 2015, 01:49:36 AM 
Started by jafo1964 - Last post by frank
I would try to improve the condition of this patient preoperatively-infusions,correction of anaemia,adequate intravascular volume,  Echo-find out ejection fraction,pulmonary hypertension,valve function. In case of severe heart depression,CT brain -acute ischaemia,I would refuse the case. In case I would anesthetize this patient, I would discuss risk of this procedure with his family- highrisk patient, very old, complications including death. I would prefer epidural with placing catheter-unnecessary adequate iv volume.

 27 
 on: July 10, 2015, 03:31:21 AM 
Started by frank - Last post by frank
Thanks for answer, this I have not known so far :)

 28 
 on: July 08, 2015, 01:29:28 AM 
Started by yogenbhatt1 - Last post by sferari
Depends of surgery performed usualy starts with 5-10 mg until effect

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 on: July 08, 2015, 01:23:42 AM 
Started by jafo1964 - Last post by sferari
Spinal or some propophol and sufenthanyl or fenthanyl with huge oxigenation should make old man feel better then awake K is up to 5 so diuresys shold be monitored

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 on: July 08, 2015, 01:15:23 AM 
Started by frank - Last post by sferari
Should be wise to extubate when laringeal reflex is back

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